Matthew 25: Ministries

Posted August 9, 2019

Name of Non-Profit Organization *

Matthew 25: Ministries

Today's Date: *

Friday, August 9, 2019

Organization's website

https://m25m.org/

EIN / 501(C)(3)Number *

31-1348100

What year did your organization receive it's non-profit status? *

1996

Address *

11060 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
United States

County *

Hamilton

Your Name *

Mary Tignor

Your Title *

PR & Development Assistant

Your email address *

mtignor@m25m.org

Your Phone Number

(513) 793-6256

Executive Director's Name *

Joodi Archer

Executive Director's email address *

info@m25m.org

What is the mission of your organization?

Matthew 25: Ministries provides nutritional food to the hungry, clean water to the thirsty, clothing to the naked, affordable shelter to the homeless, medical care to the ill and humanitarian supplies to those in need. Additionally, Matthew 25: Ministries is committed to educating the public on the conditions and needs of the “least of these” and by providing resources for action. Matthew 25 rescues and reuses excess products from corporations and manufacturers and uses these product donations as building blocks to encourage individuals to help themselves and to develop healthier, more self-sufficient, sustainable communities.

Which social causes (up to 3 choices) does your agency address through its programming? *

  • (4) Disaster Relief
  • (9) Hunger
  • (11) Poverty

Does your organization have volunteer opportunities available for students? *

Yes, Grades 6 – 12

List possible volunteer opportunities -or- a link to where they can be found on the web.

Volunteers of all ages and abilities volunteer at Matthew 25: Ministries. Matthew 25 welcomes volunteers 6 days a week at their Blue Ash facility. Each volunteer plays an essential role in processing products and getting aid ready for shipment. Volunteers may work in one of many different stations including:
• Creating Disaster Relief Kits
• Sorting medical supplies to prepare for shipment or distribution to local partners
• Evaluating, categorizing and processing new or gently used clothing
• Sorting, matching and sizing shoes
• Assembling personal care, education and first aid kits
• Sorting plastics for recycling
• Distressing or removing labels from clothing
• Removing products from retail packaging
• Sorting and reblending paint
• Separating and blending liquid soaps
• Sorting and processing sanitary supplies

Matthew 25 is a popular place for students to earn service hours, enhance their college applications with volunteer activities and gain valuable life skills. For more information on volunteer opportunities go to: https://m25m.org/help/volunteering/

Volunteer coordinator

Shelly Clos

Volunteer coordinator's email address

shelly@m25m.org

Volunteer coordinator's phone number

(513) 793-6256